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Is Trump 'Mr. Brexit'?
Left to interpretation, Twitterverse draws its own conclusions

Donald Trump liked the moniker "Mr. Brexit" that he used to describe himself in a Fox News interview Wednesday so much that he repeated that proclamation in a Thursday tweet and confused the internet.

So Far, Brevenge Not So Tasty
But the fury of Brexit and pro-Trump voters has an appeal that 'staying the course' lacks

Presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump sees Brexit as good news. ( Al Drago/CQ Roll Call)

The four stages of Brexit ? Bregret , bremorse , brecession and maybe, brecount .  

Before you could say, "Oh bollocks but we didn’t need a global downturn,’’ Donald Trump declared himself delighted at Britain’s decision to exit from the European Union .  

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Special Episode: Brexit's Impact on the U.S.
A conversation with David Rennie, Washington bureau chief of The Economist

"The last thing the American government needs right now is global turmoil in any significant economy,'' says Rennie.

Brexit Decision Deals Another Blow to Obama
President says "enduring" special relationship between U.S. and U.K. will continue

President Barack Obama delivers remarks on the U.S economy and presidential race from the briefing room of the White House on Friday. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

The United Kingdom's decision to leave the European Union is the second major blow to President Barack Obama — and his legacy — in as many days.

The country's historic referendum decision, which brought the resignation — effective in October — of U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron was made official one day after the Supreme Court left Obama's immigration executive order frozen in perpetuity.

Trump, Apparently Stumped by 'Brexit,' Will Go to UK
Billionaire mogul to visit his refurbished golf resort the day after EU vote

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump greets fairgoers as he arrives at the Iowa State Fair in August. (Al Drago/CQ Roll Call file photo)

Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is headed overseas June 24 to attend the reopening of the newly renovated Trump Turnberry golf resort in Ayrshire, Scotland.  

Trump’s visit is set to take place just 24 hours after British voters are expected to decide whether the country should leave the European Union.